Examples of ICT usage in

education
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies, Belgrade

Examples of ICT
usage in education
Topics:
Reasons for continuous ICT Usage in
Education
ICT usage in Instruction end Learning:
E-learning
Development of Actual E-learning
Environment
Development of Multimedia Teaching
Materials
Instructional Design and Tutoring of
Modern E-courses
Development of E-publications

Reasons for continuous
ICT Usage in Education
Students learn to use modern IC
technologies
Teachers can improve teaching
Enabled wider access to higher education
Possible cooperation with other
institutions in the country
Electronic courses’ efficiency is achieved
ICT usage in education is a technological
imperative

ICT usage in Instruction and Learning: E-learning The initial version: Computer based learning The advanced version: & Internet based learning The next version: & Online learning The next advanced versions: & Mobile & Collaborative learning .

learning has developed as process of learning with the use of modern IC technologies: to improve the quality and outcomes of learning to improve the conditions for learning in the given area and make them suitable for present generation of students .ICT usage in Instruction and Learning: E-learning E .

learning via and out of Internet fully online learning lessons out of the classroom. computer and Internet based learning blended (hybrid. mixed) learning lessons in and out of the classroom.ICT usage in Instruction and Learning: E-learning Developed forms of e-learning: f2f (face-to-face) & ict based learning lessons in the classroom. learning via the Internet .

ICT usage in Instruction and Learning: E-learning School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies in Belgrade offers to students: Modern e-learning environment Multimedia teaching materials Online and mobile learning New ways for continuous dialogue with the lecturers .

the school has supported development of advanced electronic textbooks From the beginning of the school year 2007/8.Development of Actual E-learning Environment As a part of internal project: "Application of New Educational Technologies" in this School: From the beginning of the school year 2005/6. the school has had site on Learning Management Systems (LMS) Moodle .

. and Web 2.Development of Actual E-learning Environment The school has also supported learning in Web 2. videoconferences.. . forums... chats.0: Two-way flow of information in teaching Communication via: e-mail. Blogs Online quizzes Social networks.0 tools: LMS YouTube Wikipedia Wikis.

lists. pdf. activities) Multimedia contents (formats: html.viser. jpg…) Web portal (menus.rs/moodle includes: Database (data about lecturers.Development of Actual E-learning Environment The school LMS site http://lectio. students. themes…) . resources. swf.edu.

Development of Actual E-learning Environment LMS introduces the new roles of: Lecturers – courses’ designers. tutors Students – very active participants of learning process Very important: Course can not be started without a prepared environment Course can not be realized without a prepared tutoring Course can not be ended without an evaluation .

Development of Actual E-learning Environment At the beginning of the course: Setting the portal of LMS Creating the groups of participants Organizing the topics of the course At the beginning and during the course: Placing teaching materials Providing administrative support During the course: Tutoring At the end of the course: Evaluation of the course .

• basic course information • curriculum • list of textbooks and references • general forum for discussions • calendar of activities • teaching materials • forums for the tasks and results • homework and tests • all teaching materials • lessons • pre-exam activities • checking of the acquisition of 2.Development of Actual E-learning Environment Classification of courses using LMS: Level Available through the LMS 1. 3. knowledge Percentage of all 11% 30% 59% .

Multimedia Teaching Materials From the beginning of the school year 2012/13. the majority of school courses have been modernized: E-lessons. audio-video instructions and e-tests have been designed for the courses The school address on YouTube has been reserved for the multimedia materials The school addresses on Mahara / WordPress have been reserved for the students’ blogs .

Multimedia Teaching Materials Content in the form of: text images animations audio and video content… It can be delivered: via the Internet via CD or DVD… .

Multimedia Teaching Materials Requirements Less text. more illustrations and animations The content by the curriculum Composed by a team of experts Original design A lot of interaction Personalized content .

includes new forms of: Learning environment Learning mechanism .Instructional Design and Tutoring of E-courses From the beginning of the school year 2012/13. the school has developed Distance Study Program: New Computer Technologies Instructional Design. as very important segment of distance learning.

Instructional Design and Tutoring of E-courses Electronic Courses’ Tutoring is also a very important segment. it includes: Communication and collaboration between the lecturers and their students Monitoring of students' work .

Instructional Design and Tutoring of E-courses Development of teaching materials Development of learning environment Design of course structure Design of course activities Implementation of the course Evaluation of the course .

later .at the beginning of the course Reduced support .Instructional Design and Tutoring of E-courses Teachers work as eTutors. lecturers who: Set the frame of teaching activities Create an atmosphere for learning Lead students through the course Control the students’ work Support from eTutor: Intensive support .

Instructional Design and Tutoring of E-courses Discussions about the teaching material can be initiated by lecturers and students Discussions about the teaching material ensure students’ confidence develop students' thinking about the course break the monotony of the course Control the students’ work !Discussions are the most important segment! .

Publishing Paper editions Paper editions with the electronic supplement Electronic editions .

37% School year 2014/15.Publishing Trends in the development of publications papirne sa CD/DVD. 56% papirne . . 6% eletronske.

Electronic publishing Electronic textbooks Electronic lessons Multimedia teaching materials .

Electronic publishing The largest number of electronic textbooks are used in the teaching of programming and information technologies They are available on CD / DVD media They contain: Theoretical basis of specific areas Interactive tasks Links to multimedia content .

Electronic publishing The largest number of electronic publications is in Moodle Electronic lessons follow the theoretical lessons at the level of weekly activities Multimedia content represent a support to paper and electronic publications for the theoretical and practical part of the course .

made in flash tools and placed to Moodle system (in . exercises and tests with animations and simulations.swf and .Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Programming Languages The lessons.pdf format) .

Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Programming Languages .

pdf format) .Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Information Technologies Fundamentals Lessons with audio-video content made using tools AdobePresenter and placed on the system Moodle (in .swf and .

Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Information Technologies Fundamentals .

Computer network … Recordings of lectures carried out using tools AdobeConnect and placed onYouTube Available via Moodle .Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Operating systems. Techniques of visual programming. Internet technologies.

Computer network. . Internet technologies..Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Operating systems. Techniques of visual programming..

Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Interactive tasks in the electronic manuals for laboratory exercises facilitate solving practical tasks Example: Interactive task in the manual for laboratory exercises of Programmable logic devices .

Examples of the new forms of electronic publications Adjusting teaching materials to mobile learning .